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THE CAIRO DAILY J3ULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1871.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
Ol' 41 A 1 ItO.
Itl.Nir.t. IIUIII), President!
IIOIIKRT W. MIl.t.Ktt, Vfce.pfohl'cnt i
C. N. HUnitKH, RaaMff.
C0LLK0T10N.S IT.OMIM'.V M.WK
Ui'-stiiie eiiriia NMijhi ''
nnl l'i I"'
Illleiosf Allmiril " Time Hepo-ll.
ENTEHPKISK 8 a vinos
luiHeresI Mitrcli HI, lsr.ll.
OITV NATIONAL HAS'lC, 0AIUO,
A. 1I.8AIT.1H1, President;
H '.TAYI.DH, V.f-lr .-i.IpiiI ;
IV. IIVsJI OP, '.-. rolnrv and Tieaurer.
I. W. IUiiri.tr,
K. M sins hi i mi,
It M Ol'SMMllim.
I'd i II. m III II,
U. I. Iltmixi,
J. .M. I'll I l.l I if.
llciioiltv of mi iv Anion nl liceelt fl from
Ten enl t'uiwls.
INTKKBST paid on de.nit ill Hie ralenl l
p?cenl. per annum, Muroli Island Septein
lier 11. Interest nnl withdrawn Is rtil.loil bump.
ilutrljr lo ttio pruiclpd f Ihe deposits, then liy
g ting mem rmnpoiiiiii uiii resi
MARUIKD WOMEN AND 01111.1. HEN MAY
so that viosr ri.M. rts tmtw it.
Onen ftery business ilnv (rum 0 n.m. loan in
nd Saturday eteninK lor HAVIM1 IHSI'iislTS
odit, irom HH O ClOCK.
utr W. 1ITSL01', Trtnrf r.
THE CITY NATIONAL
(A I HO ILLINOIS.
W. I', HALLWAY, l're.hleiil-,
A. H..SArTOIIl, Oa-hler;
WAI.TEh IIYiH.OP. Aslfnl Cis'uer.
HlAATll TilU'H, llT II. Cl SMslllltM,
SCOTT WlllTl, W. I'. 111111. M,
Geo. I. Wu iiamson, St i i n i Hum,
A, 11. Ha i i i.iiu.
xrliRBKC, Colli mill I'lille.l Kinds
Bond nought nml Sold.
DEPOSITS rreejted, nml
i erneril bull; ire.
THE BULLET1 N
Hatukijay Mokmmi, .Une '.fi WW
"jOHS 11. Olll'.lll.Y, KiiiT.m ami Pi nil-ill it.
Trims or Tin Iiami Hi u.i.uv i
due week, by enrrier,
Dim monlh by i.inll
T)it uffjAitl Mir . tlArnn.br roan! i; ami I'j II" cilu of
(Sum; thcuiiXylnuningd:xUiinSmtltiin llltiitm;
ti ytumai ; .-wier. Mir rnon-.. ,- tun.
;j(rri on all mtyettt of inlerrJ 'u, lit. ;e.'.ir ;
uitk alartt awl incuiiwi mrnUUon. Iln Untie-
fm tuliciltlhe valrvmuieol nUUjeiit iculut nm!
cnlerpTitng M'tineis turn.
THE nOI.LAK WKKKI.V HIT I.I.H IIS,
.lulin II. OUrly A Co. lint.' r.'iluii'il lli -nl
ncriilion priro of tlio W.-i'My Calm I'.ulli tln In
On Vnr jifrnniiiiirt. inakiiiL- It llin rln'ni'l i
I'rr pnUUliril in S'oullii rii lllliinix.
.tlll'lM la Iht iJUl(IM J
ear Speak totiik oiii i.hukn (ip I
R.A.F.I., THAT TIIKV HO KOUWAllll. The
The new capital of thu country is at
Long Branch, where the president willi
thu royal household are enjoying lliein-
Westwakd thu star of progress lakes
its way. Nebraska proposes to enfran
chise women, dispense with grand jurio
and prohibit counties or towns from giv
iug subsidies to corporations.
(Jem. Sciiknck, on his arrival i
Liverpool, addressed a delcgationnf ciii
zens pcitinently, saying no more and
not much less than he should have
raid. .Schchck is able if ho is ugly.
The Greeley movement is rolling
uu, but the silent smoker of Ltng
lirancli hub the iubido truck of the ed
itorial candidate for tlio presidency.
1'oor (Jreeley always comes too late to
get h'iB political supper.
There hie iu the United States no
lew than 13,000 profewinnal dentists,
who earn an aggregate income of twenty-four
million dollars. Their annual
expenditures for uialcrhil, etc . aiimunt
to bbout two milium-, and their ai;iL
ghtc oflice rents lo Ihiff millons n,,,,,
leaving uinetucn million dollar as the'
uet 'income of the profession. Thi
idiw-upports i-even dentul periodicals,
having on aggregate circulation of
twelve thousand copies. There aie
nine deutal colleges, from which 1,807
pen.omi Uv graduated; and althouuh
hurope abouudH in deutibts, yet dental
collegca do not ex'ut abroad.
Tine accretary ofTuTtohas traiiMtdt
Ud to the Becrotary of llm injury u let-
ter from Ilaltani KlTetidi. cbarifu
l'affalraof the Bublimo porte, enclosiiig
tne report ot te inucd coinmiHsion
clisirKod ninro (linn two yonr W with
tlio rovifion or llio Inrir of military
iIiior of tho TurkMi cnijin. The now
i-pgulnlioiK wiit iiif" rfration on the
Ultli in-l.nnt. Wv rr01" "'!in'"
evrr rmintry. nrriving at nn Ottoman
port, fli.iH W a ', calculalc.l on it."
tuimaco, according to tho oilowing
rlc- I'r.im one to livo luintlreil tons
iiicliiMvo. twonty-two para?, ami from
1 i 1 .
liio Jiuiiiiioilton tipwarm, utuiu par.'s
. .i. i . i
pur tun lii ouicr iiunu, tnurjr tunrui
n il i. . n
pay." twt'.iit i wo paras iov ii.u nri uvu
liiinilicil to i- and twelve paras for the
tnii in extfn ol livu hundred. J he
Cullowing aic cxcniptcd ironi all pnn-
itary diie3 excepting the pay of guards :
KirM, vos.-ols ol' war; second, vessels
which have hcen forced to put into
poit, provided they arc ehgaged in no
eoiiiincic'ial ojicratioin in the port ;
third, li-hing vc'fcli'.
Wili'.N the hill iiroviding pciif ions
for the surviving soldiers and sailors of
tliu war of ISI'2 was under con?idera
ation la-t winter, its iiassage was sup
ported by an argument that only a few
thousand old veterans survived to claim
its benefits. It now appears from the
roconls of tlio husiiicss of the pension
bureau, that the number of beneficiar
ies f the law, and consequent money
expenditure, were greatly under esti
mated. The number of applications for
pensions under the act up to the pres
ent time exceeds 20,000, and the aver
ago number of new cases received daily
is 170. About twenty per cent, of the
cases adjudicated arc rejected. Esti
mating from the above data, the total
number of admissions to pensions on
thu '.'.(lib of.luneof next year will bo
"5,010, and the expenditures for pay
ments to these pensioners, at the rate
of eight dollars per month from Feb
rnary 11, lS71,will then have amount,
cd to S:i,2i:t,ri lO.i.'O. Tlio appropria
tions available for this purpose amount
to 51,710,000. It is possible the ad
missions ami coiiveijiieiit cxpcndituios
may be inorea'cil alme those estimates.
.Skmi-()C(V.sm.ai.i.v the dissatisfied
democrats who linger with longing eyes
ilmut tlio .statu capital, anxious to " take
in "all tlio crumbs, great and small, that
lrop from the otlicial table, agitato the
piestioii of c.tab!is!iiiig a new demo
cratic organ at hpringliohl. Ilut,
with a gicat deal of ability, the agitators
don't establish the organ, and the Uuj-
hlir jogs along again in the old rut,
sometimes awakening for a low mo
ments from its nap, but never remain
ing awake long enough to set tliu rivor
on tiic. At thin time I ho new organ
agitation is again on the tapis; but that
it will amount to anything we don't be
lieve. The truth i, Springfield is too
small a city lo support two democratic
paper-, anil to run the old 'mii'i'it out
would ho a more difficult tsk than most
peoplebelieve. It would bold on to exist
ence like uriiu death to a dead nijiuer.
md the nuw organ would be the fir.t to
go to thu wall. 'I'ho democrats of .San
gamon do not uomi a new organ, nut
they kIiouUI endeavor to awaken the old
one from the prufoiiiul slumber in which
it has been fur years, and keep it awake.
v i).u.missiii.m;ii ri.i:.SAM(. luain-
taius thu former decision of thu internal
revenue oHice, wlm-h holds that selling
refuse scraps and clipping.', of tobacco,
so far as the same aie unavoidably in
cident to the cigar iii.iiiul'auturer's busi
ness, dues not lender him liable to pay
a special tax or olherwi-e qualify as a
tobacco nianiil'.H'tuier. Thu law, how
ever, iuipo-ut a tax ol'-i.teeu cents per
pound on all Mich lvlu-u scraps audi
sweepings of tobacci. mid when a cigar
manufacturer k-IU mi.-Ii -erap., etc., hu
iiiiii-t i'111-lo..u the:!' in a lejr.,1 package
and allix the pruier u'veuuu -tamp and
cancel ii : hut the other reipiiieniunts,
such as the label or caution notice, the
number ol' the liieiniy, name of the
manufacturer, etc , aie not necessary,
nor is their omission any violation of
law vheii a cigar luaimt'iicturer sells
scraps and vuisle ic idling from his
business. While the oilieo holds, a,
before stated, with regard to the sale of
scraps or sweepings made by the cigar
manufacturer, it equally holds, in the
language of the law, that uvery person
vvIiomi biisiners it is to put up for uso
orconsiiniption serap, waste, clippings,
steins, or depo-its of tobacco lesulting
from any process of handling tobacco,
and liable to pay special tax, give bond
and oborvv all other requirements.
COM.MI'NISM AND .SOCIALISM.
In isr,7, .Mr. Henry S. Handall for
warded an advanco cony of his "Life of
Thomas .luirerson" to Lord .Macaulay.
The distinguished Knglish historian
and ossaykt relumed a letter in which,
after some phrases of duu courto.y to
the biograiiher, ho took occasion to
speak in terms of earnest condemna
tion of the political principles of .Mr.
Jcll'crson. To illustrate thu tendency
of these principles, he drew the follow-
"The ilnv will ciTtnn w1h.il i.. ii... .......
of Naw-Vorl;, a miiltlluilo of peop'i., i,t
ono of wliom Inii lniil inmo llinn imir u
ircakfust, or i)K-ct to have mnro tm
i ult a diiiiiiir, will ehooio a legislutur.. Is
Vi i , 10 ,Joubt whul fort d'liKldattiro
!, , V" Ch(;s,'j" ' Ul' "' Uc i a .tale,-
V ii u JtX V '"puct fur vested
r'l."l, fctrlcl olmirviiiicii m' .,,,1.11,. c.i.i.
Ittr libout iL . dlim;i,Bni, uniting
"m tlll"' Mini iikUlii.. vl,y
anybody rlioald 1o permitted
to drink clmmpgnc, ami o ri.lu In a e r
rlnco, wl.llo tfiotwiMiN .l l;- u;-l full, vs
nro in wont -t iiroi-nrli-. W del" f Hm
can.liilntcs Is llki-ly to In. iirelorrcl by a
tunrLliiL'ninn wliu ii.-nr.i liM cliiltiioii ciying
fnrui.iro brcn, 1 7 1 rurlmnly iippri'lielid
thnt you will, In feme such season ol ailvcr
sllvns I have ilccrlbud, by t'llligs Hint
vill prevent prosperity- liom rjltirtung.
tvitliur foino Ciesar or Napoleon will pcm.u
tliu reins of uovctnimmt with n slrotig
hand, or your Hej ublic will hens li'nrfiilly
blundered ami hud watte by barbarians
in tliu twonticlli century a the l.omnn
Kmplro was in tin-lll'tli, itb tin dillcr-
enco tliat tliu llnli ami umiai, wno
rivaged tl o ltuiiinli hmpiic, enmu Ironi
wuiioui, aim nml your iiim aiui iiuunii
will bnve been i'iiy.'iiiler.'il ttilliln your
own country by your own itMlllutlons.'
Kroin thi' Ni'M Yorl. Sun
OFricK-iioi.nmis' can in date
USELESS S. GRANT
HK1..VTI0NS OK I'sKI.KsS s WHOM THK
OTIIKIl omCK-llOl.llCliS WANT '10 UK-
NOMINATK AI.ONO VV 1 III 1IIVI
I. .Ics-se Itoot (Smut, prcldi'iit's father,
postmaster nt Uovingtuii, K v.
II. Orvll I.. (Srant, presiilcnt's brotfor,
partner with the collector of the port at
Chicago", expects somctiiuig very goon
after tlio election.
III. Frederick T. Dent, president's fn
llmr-In-law, clniiiiant of limits nt Cnrondc
Jet. -Mo. oticliri'd by V'llon, Into comiiiiIs-
sioncr of thu land olilnc; lias not yet
got tlio lands, but hopes to get them after
tlio next election.
IV lie v. M. .1. Cramer, president's bro
ther in- law, minister to Denmark.
V. Abel Hath bone Corbon, president's
brother-in-law, negotiator of gofd and real
estate- speculation with Jaum l''Uk,.lr.,
ami .lay Uouiii; lias not miiuu mucu yet,
but hopes to after the next election.
VI. Urovet llrig.-Oen. V. T. Dent, jircsi-
dents brotlicr-m-lav, umei u flier at tliu
til. .fUllu J.t'iun i.c'iii, n u.-it.v.iv n
brollicr-iu-law, counsel for'ulainmiits buforo
tlio president, fees estimated at S 10,000 a
year; expects to iiinkc more after tliu
V 1 1 1 - tlcorco W: lK'nt, president's bro-
n !.. i ! ,.r u .
UlUr-lll-HUY, IIOJIl lllJ'Ul Ul UUSVUIU-, .J.l.l
IX. John Dent, jiresldunt's brother-in
luvv. onlv Indian trader for Now .Mexico
u ruler lnuian oureail place worm luo,
ouo a year.
X. Alex. Sharp, president's hrotlicr-lii'
law, marshal of lli 1 district of Columbia
XI. .lame- l Vcy, presidoiit's broth-
er-in-law, collector ol tliu port ol rtmv
(Irleans: place worth $.'1(1,000 vear.
XII. .lames I.iing-tici't, predduiit's
orother-ui-law s eoiim, surveyor ol the
port of New Oilcan.
XIII. Silas 1 tin I s, hi, president's own
cousin, minister to lluatumela.
XI V. Nat. A. l'atton, president's iuoth-
er-in-law's third cumin, collector of the
port of (Jul vestun, Texas.
XV. Orlando It. Kos. president's own
cousin, clerk in thu third auditor's ollicc,
AVasliiiiutun ; hunt's for soiiiethini: much
better after thu next olcxtlon.
Xl. J)r. Addison Dent, president's
brojher'-iii-law's third cousin, cleric in the
register's ollicc, tieasnrv department,
Washington ; trusts ins merits will bu
bcttrr aiqireciated after the next election.
XVI I.. I. V. Simpson, president's own
cousin, second lieutenant twenty-fifth in
fantry; will be leady fur promotion after
tho next election.
XVI II. John Slinp-on, president's own
coii'in, Eoeond lieutenant, fourth artillery;
irojnotion hoped for after .March 1, 1873.
XIX. (jcorgo It. Johnson, president's
mother's second cousin, astessor of internal
revenue, third dlstiicl, Ohio; l etter things
... II. I.. itinns president's ioiu"n s
husband, pottu.nstur of -Ncwjiort, Ivy.;
lendy for a higlier place.
XXI. .Miss K. A. Mngrudnr, pre-'uleut's
brotlier-in-luw's second cousin, clerk in
(Sen. Spinner's ollicc, trcasiirvdepartment.
XXII. Oliver W. lto jt. nrmiilmit'ii
molhur's grand neplmw, ntstrtaut tlistritt
atlorni'v, t'ovingtun, Kv. ; would not rc
tuse to ho ditriet attorney after tlio next
XXIII. A. W.Casev. nri'siili'iit's hrnih.
er-in-lnw's own brother, appraiser of cus
toiii', New Orleans.
now hi: elected ciiasi: rxmiu si-.vtin
Kroin llic Pillalniruli l'oi.
At thu agu of twenty-six bu was sent to
tliu pnptuar urancn ol tliu (lino Legisla
ture, and became a leader iu Ins party
His llrst anni'iiranco as a ublie man was'
in the celebrated Muslim of tliu Ohio leg.
islaluru in 'Hi, when thu great 'absqualu
lation'' of thu Icgidntiiiu took place, pen
ding tliu uleitioii of ii I'nited .'Mates sena
tor. Two "abolitl.iiiUt-" held the Imlane
of power on Joint ballot, and neither tho
whigs nor the dumo'rats could eleit
thelr caucus nominees. Hun. Salmon 1'.
C'lia-o was thu uomiiieu of tliu two abo
litionist. After wcel.sof fruitless hallet
ii.g, .Mi. Vallaudigliaiu was thu "man
wlu dared' lo designate .Mr. Ch.tso
a' the ili'iiiueratie cauiliilate for
Miuitiir. Tliun there wa ".-eattering iu
hot ha-to.'' .1 ml ;o Whitiii'in, now of Cin
cinnati, then representing Fairlluhl county
iu the senate, and who can justly lay
claim to having tliu longut hair o'f any
man in thu world, retired to room :i:i in
the meriuau house, and vowed that ho
would Int Vf his lucks shorn beforu ho
would vote f.ir Mr. Chii-e. Tho result was
that tlio crgi'iuit-nl-arius. ul tliu two
house, backed by the . rumilnliii, ar-n-ti'd
the entire legislature and riet armi
i'OIIIlellei a ioil.t .e.,i,m wlileli clecleil
Mr. Cliann Miiiatur. Tu this day it is not
known wlio swore tliu harlot over thu re
u t, the whig or the deiaoerats. Certain
Il i-, Hint evi ry ilulnocial Voted for Chase,
anil every whig voted ftgaiuu him. From
thnt day to thi, tlio Ohio democracy have
bad to stand as a sort of godfather to Mr.
I liai notwithstanding tho fact that tho
ilmiioerats must sublimely hated his poli'.i
cd idea. I'., thum, il was merely a choice
ol eviK. Llia.u vv.u to bu preferod before
t orwin, or any other whig in tho state.
I'r in tlicciui'iino Triliunr.
llovvoii, the bigninWt, 1ms evidently souiu
influential fiiomls. Kl.o why is ho not
sunt to prison, like any other convicted
bigamist, and dune with if Instead f
which natural course, vvo hear of a Scries
of cabinet meetings over him, mid prcilk.
tlom of pardon so eonlldent that tliev n'eui
based on a careful estimate of known
causes and Inovitablo cll'oct. .Meantime
tlio illustrious criminal enjuyes thu free
dom of several rooms iu his jail or hotel,
and sees all tho company bu desires, in
cluding, wo suppose, nil Ids wives. And
Delargc, tho colored member of eongre-s
whoso seal noweii contests, is to tie ousted,
it Is promised, on tho chargo of ballol-boi
nulling. Commissioners of elections are
being mowed down llko grass, by indict
ments for fraud, etc., etc. All this iu the
second congressional district of South
Carolina. Whittoiiiorc, political simony;
llovvun, bigamy; Delargc, ballot-box stuf
fing; etc., etc.' It really seems that tho
only way a South Carolina politician can
keep out'ofstalos prison or in congress is
by proving all tho rest to be bigger scoun
drels than himself.
(lOrltlshop Mellvalno, of Ohio, and
ur'iay0W WoCl1 ShlkU fr l'Mt0Vn 0,1 Sftt"
'A Tl 1 K 1 1 II VA C 1 NT H E A N 1) Tl 1 K l'Q 1' 1!.
ASKINO A PIlIVATi: AUDIKNOE Of THE
HOLY PATH Ell -lir.EfSED 1IY MJIl. MEK
ODE. father II. vaclnthn addrrsprd thu fiillow.
Ing letter lo Mgr. do Mcrodc, tho 1'apnl
Minister of War, a fuw days nflcr his arri
val iu Home, asking to bu admitted into
tlio pretence of tho lloly Fathor :
l o M.in. I)E JIkiwdii, at tho Vatican :
MoNSKioNEUU The recollection of tho
benevolence you onco manifested towards
me when placed under different' circum-
tances encourages ino to nopo that vou
will render inutile important servico 1 am
about lo ask. 1 deslru lo have a privato
auilieiiei! with tliu hulv fnttier in ordur to
oii.n my uimot soul to him. This soul of
mine, winch nn; sunercu so mucu, ue
Iuiil's to thu fold that has been
conlldu I to tlio chargo of tho
Pope as supreme pator. This
fact alonu entitles mo to an Interview
with his lioliiitss. lleyoml doubt, tho lino
of conduct I have lliought best to puruo
amid tlio present crises of thu church
must have grieved the holy father, but It
could not have taken away from him ail
solicitude for a uviu whom hu formerly
boiiorod witli many proofs of his benevo
lence, and whom, 1 hope, hu still regards
as a sou.
Kxcusc tho liberty I take, Monscigncur.'
Upon receiving tho refusal of Monselc
ncur do Morodo Father Hyacinthu penned
tho lollowing lines in reply:
Formerly tho good shepherd ran after
tlio strayed shcop anil drought 11 back, ten
dorly placed upon shoulder. 'J'o-dav
the stray shecj) (sinco you reject mc as
biich) seeks thu shepherd and ho reject!
it. What u'dill'oroiico between tho uospel
and tliu Vatican I Hyaci.nthk.
'Vui the SprlngfitU ifrm'li'tini.J
What ltuv. David Strang, American
missionary in F.gypt, writes to thu Now-
ork intlniCMlent ol tho conduct ot our
new American consul in that country, will
purpri-e no ono who know him nt home.
Whether in rtow-iork or iTalilornia or
Washington, young liutler was a "broth
of u boy, ' with all ids micIo s lovo of get
ting money and more than his uncle's
carelessness as to how ho spent It,
'tSeurgo'' has had tho reputation for years
of breaking more of tliu cammandufuuts,
and oftner and more roughly, than any
man of ills ago in America. Neither mar
ringu nor tho Egyptian climato seem to
have qualified his pastious or their indul
gence, Tho llrst tiling he did was to sell
out his under appointments for good round
sum; tho next to make excursions in
to tlio country towns, and at each stop
ping place call out a company of naked
Hgyptian dancing girls and "makua night
of if in rovelry ill their society ; while at
court he has "undertaken to prosecute a
claim against the government a mon
strous in falseness as In amount. Light is
thrown on tho latter transaction by his
boast, when going for tliu appointment,
that ho was ''bound to have a placo with a
rako in it worth S30,00i) a year.'' Thero
are rakes and rakes, and tho American
consul in F.gypt seems to bo illustrating
both kinds thereof. Wu can well under
stand tlio virtuous horror of thu Ameri
can missionaries at II ml i rig such an ani
mal as tliis set ui) over them as tho ollicial
representative of their great christian re
public. Hut the president and tho secre
tary of staloand the somite knew thu man
they were sending to F.gypt, nndthey have
no right to bo surprised, however much
they may bo disgusted, with tlio way ho
has dciuonstratoJ himself at their expense
and'that of thu countrv entrusted to their
I .VC'OM I'KT EXT J Kll V.
1'iviii lite UicSiiwnd ( I'll ) 117.1 J.
"For our part, wc should not reirrot to
see tliis now war begin, with Toombs and
D.ivis tho onlv volunteers. Judir inn bv
thu lovo they bear each othur( thoy would
uu iiiuen uiuru npv iu piieu into ono nn-
omer than into the Yankees. Tho last
time wu had tho pleasure of seeing
(leu. Toombs during tliu war, ho was in
high disgust witli 'Jell'. I.lko vVigfall,
and, wu believe, Clay and oilier conspic
uous southern lenders, hu had becomo
thoroughly convinced ot tho incapacity of
D.ivis, and did not hesitalu to express the
conviction that our doom was sealed, un
less hu could bu got rid of. Conversing
with Mr. Wigfall, uboul thu saino tune,
about this confessed incapacity of our
chief, wo asked hliu why ho and his
friends had put him upon us'? Ho re
plied, lie(D.) had ceaed to bo tho man ho
was. llu and Cluy had talked this matter
over tliu day before, and they belli con-
eniiieii no mm let down. Tlio ngony
which this conviction of D.ivis' incompe
tency, mining those whoso hearts wero de
voted lo thu cause, can never bo tuld. In
evitiiblu defeat staring them in tho faro
through tliu incapacity of our leader, for
wlileli thero was no cure, and from which
theiu was no u.-cape, made many gruw
gray iu a single night.
A', ow the SI. J,om Jminmlof Qiimncttr
Although thu Mioiigo is in universal usr,
and has been for hundreds of years, yet,
fuw, very few persons nru awaru of its
origin, that it is nothing moru than tlio
skeleton of an innumerablu family of low
tonus ol'iinlinalcula'. In order to nrenaru
it for ue, it i llrst left in thoairfora short
timu until the gulatiuiuus part is decom-
po-ud; then the mass Is washed In hot water
and afterward in a bath of dilato muriatic
acid. Tlio toilet spongia aru bleached bv
means of chlorine and hyposulphite of
soda. Tlio so-called wax snoniies that nru
used by doctors for drossimg ulcers, ai
purified sponges dipped into lluid wax,
and then pressed between hot plates. Thu
French and Austrian (Soveriimouts luwo
lately communcud to rear snoiu?es nrtl.
Ilclally tho formor on tho shores of tho
Mediterranean, the latter on tho coast of
D.ilmatia. Tho cultivation is said to ho
perfectly successful, and to yield largo
THE COMINO ISSUES,
T-'iU'i the OiWursd (d) I'rojrtuut Canwmtai.
"Thu day ot dodging great issues is
rapidly playing out, and tho democratic
party ought to be lllndorcd into countless
atoms if it does not plant itself llrinly and
unalterably on thu greatest of all pending
i-sucs otornal opposition to u rullgious
amendment to thu constitution. Step by
step, thu conspirators who favor a reli
gious amendment lo tho constitution, as a
-teppmg-stonu toward a union of Church
ami State, whoroby tho pooplo aro to bo
mado to pay tithes for erecting churchos
and tho support of tlio ministry; stop by
st. p, tliuy aro going into power through
the republican party."
fAyA Detroit druggist has on cxibltloa
something that tho..Wroi7 Free l'resi calls
a strange curiosity." "It is tho hand and
pari of thu arm of a man, porfectly potri
lied, hut null showing over v wrinklo of tlio
! !!,''sll thu nails on tho llngors, and tho joints.
i 1 110 cords mm muscles can bo distinctly
traced in tho tune, il was lound near a
Missouri battle Hold, and Is behoved to bo
a relic of surgical work, thu arm scorning
to have tho appcarancoof having been un
jointed at tlio elbow."
toy I'or a specimen of logical consecu
tion of ideas wo vonturo to commend
tills from n schoolboy's compoiltion: "To
bacco was invented by a man named "Wal
ter Kalelgh. "Whon tlio poople first earn
him smoking thoy thought bo was a steam
boat, and as thoy had never seen a steam
boat, thoy wore frightened."
Crjf" Washington's letters are becoming
very scarce, ihoonooi greatest value to
jsovv Workers nas rccontiy ueon recovered
bv tho citv authorities. Sumo lime nco. the
communication sent by Washington to tho
common council of this city, at tho closo of
tho ltovolutlonary war, was otrorcd at auc-
.t 1 cmnn 'Cl. 1n-
IIUII, 1UIU W. .l.l.b V,WWW. JIIU .UblUl WIIH
stolon from tho archives of tho Corporation
Library, but tho thiof has not been discov
ered. A suit was instituted by tho Dis
trict A ttornoy, lo recover tho epistle; and
it was finally surrendored to tho clerk of
tho Common Council, tho litigation costing
tho city ovor twenty thousand d.llat-3. TLo
lcltor was written In l"85,and was read bo
foro tho city fathers of that year. Tho
endorsement mado by tho city clerk faintly
appears on tho back, tho olllcor who stole
tho ictlor having partially erased it, to pr-
vent mentiticaiion. A lithographed fac
simile of tho letter Is to appear in tho Cor
poration Manual, which vytll bo ready in
July.-A. 1'. Sun. w
The Pittsburg 'oifsays: "Hon. Jere
miah S. Black has boon quoted as being
opposed to tho ninth resolution of tho
Pennsylvania democratic piauorm. i nis
is not true. He was in Harrisburg during
tho sitting of tho convention, being en
gaged in tlio supremo court, then In ses
sion, and gavo Ids opinion in writing, ex
pressing iu the boldest terms thu binding
obligation of tho soveral amendments to
fiS? Vhilu tho Indian chiefs wero look
ing through the treasurer's vaults, at
W aahington, two of them wcru Induced to
sten ii mm thu elevator, and were whisked
up In a twinkling. Thoso who rcinaincd
didn't stop to ask quostions, but struck for
thu street, wlioro thoy huddled together
miitu witli turror, until tiioy saw their
companions camoout witli no disagreeable
&- Oris argues that Hobinson Crusoo
was happy, because "ho had no neighbors
to quarrel with, didn't havo a gas bill
coming in every two months, wasn t
thronlcncd with having tlio wntor stopped,
hadn't auv onoto scold him when ho eamo
in late, wasn't kept awako by tho firing
Fourth of July nights, nor harassed by any
lite insurance agent. '
ttST-Thero novcr was a wit at tho bar so
rendv as Curran. Upon ono occasion,
ho hnd laid down some point which
did not Hnd favor in the eyes of thu pre
siding Judge. "If that bo law," said Lord
Clalro to Curran, "I may as well burn my
books.' "Hotter read them, repli
, ESy ThcColumbia (Ohio) Journal says
" Wo fear that Republican prospects of
success in Kentucky' havo been blasted,
at least for thu present year. CSen. Leslio
Combs has again Joined tho party, and
will, doubtless, mako thu war of lal'J an
isuo in tlio canvass.
ScS' A philosopher has said llu who is
passionate ana hasty is generally nonost.
It is vour cold, dissembling hypocrito you
should bowaro of. There's no deception
in a bull dog. It Is only tho cur that
sneaks up and bites you when your back is
8ttySomo twenty-live bundled women
havo been banishtd from Franco to Nuw
Caledonia, for the crime of arson. Franco
will gain by this loss, but what will bo the
loss of Now Caledonia by this gain?
VST Threo sisters named llurlbut, who
camo into tlio world simultaneously, aro
now living together in Jjitchucld, Conn.,
aged 84. They have rarely been sepa
rated, ana have always onjoyeu excellent
t&" Valdandioiiam's death has alfor-
ded a number of rural papers an opportu
nity to repeat tlio stupidity or putting
themselves "in mourning." A newspaper
"in monrning'' is a newspaper ridiculous.
fifiy The Shawncetown Gazette reports
tlio wheat crop of Gallatin county in ex
CoySuo Uobinson, an actress of boiiic
celebrity, died at Sacramento, on Saturday.
In iilu o( n Pulilli; l.il.noj ,
AT OMAHA, NKlsKASK A.
(l.tll.Y 00,000 TICKKTN IX ALL,
Junk 30, 1871.
Ticket Two llollarsj Lacli-lliil vm (lao
Otf-This enti'ririe Hill he ooinlnctiil fun ire
cielv siiiiil.ir iii iaiii-r lo tint of the tale (Ir.ind
i fl Concert of the MereHiililo Library Aoi.'ln.
Ilii,nf H.tn Kriinoisi'ii. wlnuli giue aneh inilvt rsal
OiieCliuiirc In Kvcry Tlilrty-Klghl.
1 ( liMll I lilt
1 C'.s, (illl
I Cash I lilt
I Cah (ilft
1 Cash liill
I Crt-h (lilt
I C.i-li loll
. lu.iii O
1 (.'Hill cm
t (;nii ihft
I Cnsli lilll
I Onli Ulft
1 Cisll nut
I (.'ash (lilt
1 C.ih Oil!
1 L'nsli (lilt
15 C'.Uih (l.fls, t.'ssi eiu'h
IU O.sh (lifts, M (H.
SI Cash (iiflii, 101 ciieli
.VI Ciislifllfl, to ciieli
K Cush lilfis, ;n eiicti
ILKt Cash (ilftn, each
lone (iHsn (IiIIk, III eiu'h
lismCnsli IJIflu, 4 t'Keli
iW (iiflu, niiiniuitliis In tl(i0,(io0
Which will ho distributed by eliniii'ii auiorK Um
tleliKt holders, by the Mutual Aid Association ul
IttiHiEN i.s M. 11. llroek, II. H. Marslinl'H nllioe,
Oinnhai Miliar'. ibriskie, lalo Union Pai'llio ltall
road otlice, Oiiiahn! J. Tinner, Deputy II. H. Mm
hIihI, (liiinliiii .1. Iiojlo, I'ostollice, (Jinalin, .Neb.
leme ,t. i. ii.irvev, .iiitiiuun, nix,
licioil ri'aiiiiisibfn AifcniH trnntsit, l.lbemlconi
misKioiinuiiueii. l or nil purllcularH futures',
l.l I'llllll Ajt , lltlMIIU'HS .lAUIIKCr.H
110USK MOVHH AND HUILDKIt
In iircpared to do nil kinds o
1IOUSK MOVING, 1IOUSK KAJSIN'G
HEt'AIHINd Ol' KVKKV IIKSOKII'TION
"V Till' MOST IlElSaVAUI.H TI'lllls,
OltPIiliS left nt the resilience nl Mr. Kennedy,
,, "u ,l1u!!,.'.r ""'",'!' mx1 ,loor 10 aew si'lioo
ho ise. ci iililrt'ssed tolhocare ol p. o. Uox 410
or the llulletla oiliie, will receivo prompt .(tin.
BINDINH anil rullni; ilnnc Iu a llrst-clasa man
iht In Hie llulluiui bindery. This depart
nenl comiilete. and now fully prepsrd for all
klnU o wuik Iu ttiv binding llae.
W. II. Monills, II. It. (,'ANPEE
Nnlnry Public, No, fab, nml U. H. ('mil.
FIKK, HULL, CAIKSO, MVK STOCK,
AL't'IDKNTj I.I FK,
Assets vr,l l. M) o:
NOItTII AVIEItlOA, PA.,
Assets 'V"),1""! l"i
II.VIU TOItll, CONN.,
APts 2,M4,'Jn m,l
Ai t 1,71,1 II n;
INTERN AT ION A I., N. V.,
(.' I. K V E I. A N I V .(! I. E V E I. A N 1 1,
Ami 5 1 y, 7.1
AMEItlOAN I'E.STItAI., MO.,
Ml ,i..l In
II A 111 1111111, MEE AMI
As'rli. 1,Vii,(iiii (i
UAII.WAV I'AhtKNOKHs' ASSPUANCE
CO., 1IAK1 Idllll,
Assets '4ii iMi is)
SAFFUH1), MOKKI.S X- UANDF.K,
71 Ohio I. e tee.
City Nalional liank,
l.'AIIKI, II. I.
FIRE AND MA KINK
51AUAKA, N. V.,
, 11,(;,J1C w
OEKMANIA, N. V.,
HANovnu, n. v.,
ltKl'Ult!.lC, N. V.,
ti 7II.W. eo
Couipri'iiiK the lln.liTB rilers' Av ney.
VONKEIts, N. V.,
jtisevien's rii.xn, s. r.,
DnelbiiKs, Piirnitiire, Hulls an. I Car.
asured at rales as faviuable as hoiiihI.
O K'ws, Insured hi rale
iriiiuii'iii sis-urnv iu Marram.
1 respectllllly as'k ol Hit. cililens i,f ('(ire, I
sliaruot their ialroiiai;e.
c. .v. iiriaii.s,
If (llliee-fit Pirst .National M'nV
H. H. IIAltHKLL,
DEALER IN PUKNlTURIi
HOUSF. FUI'.N'ISIIING GOODS,
(5 LASS W A It K,
185 & 187 CoinniBvcitil Avenue
I M M I ii U A X T T U li KVH .
I.lrcrpool, New-Vnrk mid Philadelphia
vviira enxratcT ttifii imtiii stitih asu i iutisii
UUt I USMI SIS
Kor C.irryhiK Hm Mails.
fou iassa7Tk tickkts
UU KKTIIlll IMillIM ITIIIN
APPLY TO JOHN (1. DALK, Aot.,
l.'ollrna.lway, New York, nr lo
II . II ii i I ,
alO WasliliiKtoii Attnue, Cairo, Illinois.
FOR SALK, ) r;rKale i FOU sali:,
I Per Halo I '
FOW SALE. J KrHalolFOK SALK.
Faro from LiVEiti-ooi,
Faro from Lo.vpoNHEititv,
Faro from (Slasoow,
Faro from Qukenhtown
TO OAIIIO, $ J H.
Hallor.l, Morris A Candee, Agent.
l'AHKKH & BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW ULASS and PUTTY,
WALL PAPER,WINDOW SHADES
ti5 OHIO LKVKE,
1,1 IT. I.NHHItANCr:.
" NTiiltiiST-PAYlNo" PLA N.
A nc and novel sy-lein nf I. lie InimrsiiKP Ic
eenllv Inlroiliiecd bv I In-
MISSOUIU MUTUAL LIFE
or hi', i.oms.
lie n.u v.!..... I .in. Insiiinii'P i.i liirllls.'leil t
as little rust nx by Hie usual liliui". rnul Hie ul
ley bnl ter neeites nn ntiiiiliil ilileri'-l ol seteii
Kir I'i'iil. Iiinti nil Ibe Inolisy f by bun In lh
Ciiliiiiny Ids niiiiii'il ireiiiniliis Urns e'l-imiy
lion as iiiiiciinsn Kiivoiniiietii noun
'I lie plan has bem tlmrmiKhly erilielseil snd
fllllv llldlirseil bv llin nirist elilllli'llt lli'lllilll. s
nml rt Is il 1 1 ii 1 liiatheiiialiehius III III" land md
II lias not )( I li.en tliu mbeo( nl iilil.itorui le
mention In any ri s,i cialile . j 1 1 1 1 1 -r .
(Hire nf the C"iuiany,
NOItTIIWEST COIlNEIt EOPItTII ANIllll IVE
ST. I.OUIS, .MO.
AltTIIUlt It. I1AKKKTT, President
Henj. Wim.IAMH, Stcrrtanj.
Ito.l.s , ml, ui Ihe list ol sound, Ibrdly VV'i ten
I. iff Coinpanles,
It In ample eapilal fjlifi.KO.
Il hisnels inme Ibui enriUKti In enter lias
li iliilitli's In nddilln i to Ihe eapnal
II has one hundred Ihon. eel dollars i I.-ix.kiI 1
uilb Ih.'Htiileuf Missouri a rpeliial viiir
alllei" to its pollev bnblers.
II Insemniiheil fully Kith the new Husol Hie
Hliile. whlrhnre iUlle as eiarluiK ond mole riul l
I) enrnreed than Ibn-M.if Kn.teru sitates
II Intests lis funds iu Hid Wesl, Kiimnu 1 1.0
peni le Ironi aliom ihej are leeeited.
It management istinmus, sUillfal mid )
lt nllllll.il liirmne fintn the interest nlo-ie
nlrfciul) tnnre lliun siitlieu id to pay its b.-ses.
It issues iinheies ujs)ii the rtrduur) life and en
doMineut pt.in, nt the sainu rule as other Hrst
i las rmiipame.
The pnbey holders receive all Hie prufds insn
The stoek bidders ran leeeite only ten
eent. nf I ill. rr -1 tin their espilal, In "he leiui. S
Tbennutial dividends In policy holdeis nie l
ready eri ater than in ipy nbl Ka-lern ( .)iiis.nies
liave eter been able In pay.
TlmHtateiif lllihoi- paid la-l )iar nlsiul w.l.i
million dollars for Life Iiisiirnner
Why send n iniirb money nut nl (I e Mlale
au ly In New Vnrk an 1 New Midland lor an hilieri
Ibal insy Is- prodim d uit :.s cneap (or more r
u'ooit .1 low,
nrr2'slawll Ageulw ul 'lr.
COM.1IISMO.N AMI rOltVV AHIH.Vd
CI.OSH .V V INCH NT.
CJ KNKRA L CO.MM I.S.SIUN
.M KUCHA NTS
EEAL.EES XlrT XillfE
(' EVI ENT, Pl.AsTEIt PaEIH
1' LA. STICK IC II'S A I It,
t'tirui'i- Liclilh SI reel mill Ohio l.etee,
caiuo, i i.i.
Ml LI, HI! .V I'AIIKHH,
0 KNNRA L COM M ISSION
I' O It W A I ! I ) I NO .M KltC II A N TS
DHAI.HIl.S IN FLOllt, COUN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio I.evee, CAIUO, ll.l.s
JOHN 7:7" IMIILLIS,
tSncoessnr lo Parker (i Phoi." ,
ti ION URA L CO.M .1 ISSION
FOI!WAUI)lN(i M KUCHA N'T
JHALHI IN IIAV, COHN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Hran,
Con. TKNTII-ST. anii OHIO LKVKK,
.1. M. IMIILLII'S k C0.7
(inee.nr lo i: p. Hendricks 4 Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
M HUGH A NTS
, WIIAltF-IIOAT PUOPUIKTOUS,
vjrOrr.l.ilioral Adtances ina.le iipnn-rr1w
Vi'Cfi. (;oiislKn,nenis. ' 1
Arn prepared to leeeite, store and forward
IreiHhts to all poinlsiind till) and
sell nn eoiiiinisFioii.
ewillsines nlli li. led In irompty
tslueee.ssrir ol .Vjern A Co )
General Commission Merchant
VM OHIO LKVKK,
COAL AMI YVOOO.
F; M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
IiV XI. Vv'AHI) ib preimre.l to deliver tho best
" , I'iro Wood mid rstomi Coal
IN ANV I'AHT OF THK OITV,
Ami in nny iiinntity desired, on nliort notice.
COAL DKL1VKHKU at $-1.50 l'EK ton.
OKKlUK-a?tr lleertvart, Ortli Co.' stove,
twodouro nbovothocointr ofbiglith street pd
Comuiercixl avenue. dcetil